Maegan Carberry

Maegan Carberry is a writer and artist. She is the author of the novel “Do I Have To Vote For Hillary Clinton?” about the 2016 election and is hand-making 100 dresses to raise awareness about sexual assault through her project, birdbrain.  

Why doesn’t anyone know we’re incredibly close to replacing the Electoral College with the popular vote? Maegan Carberry
Is romance and recovery as difficult as it seems? A rape victim reflects on the triumphs and traumas of her dating life Maegan Carberry
Does digital dating put women at an evolutionary disadvantage? Maegan Carberry
How I learned to stop worrying and love Lena Dunham after six seasons of hate-watching “Girls” Maegan Carberry
Is it possible to recover from narcissism? Maegan Carberry
We picked the wrong billionaire: The case for Mark Zuckerberg 2020 Maegan Carberry
An independent California isn’t that wacky of an Idea Maegan Carberry
Does a young millennial entering this economy have anything to look forward to? Maegan Carberry
Making a run: GOP millennials eye opportunities in local elections following Trump model Maegan Carberry
Thirtysomething, bisexual, single and satisfied: Your breeder friends can't bear it Maegan Carberry
HGTV loves a Tiny house; you do too, but in the communities that need them most they're outlawed Maegan Carberry
Can the news be saved?: 2017’s emerging media outlets face just as many challenges as old media Maegan Carberry
A postelection postmortem of the #GirlBoss era Maegan Carberry
We're better equipped to live through Trump than we were Bush Maegan Carberry
Are you ready to say "I do — for now"? Revisiting the case for renewable marriage Maegan Carberry